My daughter sent these to me thinking I could get a chuckle out of them. I did, and I think you will too and if you know of other kooky ones add them. Will you? Looking at the money market we all could use a laugh, I'm sure.
All of these are legitimate companies that didn't spend quite enough time to consider how their online name might appear!
These are not made up. Check them out yourself!
1. 'Who Represents' is where you can find the name of the agent that represents any celebrity.
Their Web site is: www.whorepresents.com
2. 'Experts Exchange' is a knowledge base where programmers can exchange advice and views at:
Their web site: www.expertsexchange.com
3. Looking for a great pen? Look no further than ' Pen Island '.
It can be found at: www.penisland.net
4. Need a therapist? Try 'Therapist Finder' at: www.therapistfinder.com
5. Then there's the 'Italian Power Generator' company.
Check it out at: www.powergenitalia.com
6.'IP computer' software, there's always: www.ip_anywhere.com
7. 'The First Cumming Methodist Church' Web site is: www.cummingfirst.com
8. And the designers at 'Speed of Art' await you at their wacky Web site:
Have a fun day! Just be careful what you name YOUR new web site... zs
Lol, yeah, that made me giggle (a lot!) Gotta love the First Methodist one, they really need a new web addy!!
Thespeedofart-- stay away from bubbles in the competition swimming pool.
Yes, the Pen Island one is a classic!
I never cease to be amazed by the boneheaded things that some people (and their consultants) come up with.
Sometimes capital letters can repair the error somewhat, because
Domain names and email addresses are NOT case sensitive.
So if you have a long domain name or one that causes optical illusions when you glance at it, you may want to put in capital letters where appropriate.
For example, KyliesHits.com looks MUCH better than kylieshits.com
Even PowerOfArt.com and PowerGenItalia are slightly better than lower case versions.
Likewise, firstname.lastname@example.org can improve the legibility of his sub-prime internet address a bit by using
I wrote a hub a while ago about things to consider when choosing a domain name.
There's plenty more tips - including my Radio Rule - over there.
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